Yoemen overwhelmed in loss to China Spring














Throughout the first two weeks of the season, China Spring has been one of the more dominating teams in the state of Texas.  The Cougars had rolled by rival Lorena in week one and followed that up with another thrashing of Huntsville in week two. 


Not much changed on Friday night from Yoe Field, as the Cougars continued that streak of impressive victories in an overpowering 63-13 victory over the Yoemen.  


Even before the opening kickoff of this highly anticipated matchup, things were not going the way of the Yoemen.  With some confusion on the coin flip, Cameron accidentally decided to kick the ball off to China Spring even though they had deferred to the second half. 


Initially, it did not hurt as the Yoemen forced China Spring into a quick three-and-out.  However, the Cameron offense would never be able to put up points and the special teams unit failed to recover two kickoffs.  All of this led to China Spring taking a commanding 35-0 lead into the locker room. 


Brett Cain started the scoring off with a 1-yard TD run to put China Spring up 7-0 with 6:34 left in the first.  The combination of the China Spring offensive line and RB Keaton Dudik were a deadly combo from that point forward.  


The senior scored on runs of 20 yards and 94 yards, in addition to a 29-yard pass from QB Cutter Haigood that would put the game out of reach at the half.  


Haigood extended the lead to 42-0 early in the third with an 8-yard run.  The Yoemen got on the board later in the quarter as QB Zack Andress would find Jordan Young in the end zone on an 8-yard pass.  Yoe Receiver Garrett Roeder would catch (26-yard) the other touchdown pass from Andress to close the gap to 49-13 as we headed to the final quarter of play. 


Erik Hart, another running-back in the Cougar's stable, would punch in a pair of 11-yard and 6-yard scores in the fourth.  


Get more on China Spring and a preview of Bay City in Thursday's edition of sports.  





1st Quarter

China Spring - Brett Cain 1-yard run - kick good - 7-0 China Spring - 6:34 

China Spring - Cutter Haigood 46-yard pass to Cain - kick good - 14-0 China Spring - 3:52 

China Spring - Keaton Dudik 20-yard run - kick good - 21-0 China Spring - 2:42


2nd Quarter

China Spring - Haigood 29-yard pass to Dudik - kick good - 28-0 China Spring - 7:05

China Spring - Dudik 94 yard run - kick good - 35-0 China Spring - 2:25


3rd Quarter

China Spring - Haigood 8-yard run - kick good - 42-0 China Spring - 9:17

Cameron - Zack Andress 8-yard pass to Jordan Young - Adrian Lewis kick - 42-7 China Spring - 4:14

China Spring - Hobbs Price 61-yard run - kick good - 49-7 China Spring - 3:53

Cameron - Andress 26-yard pass to Garrett Roeder - kick failed - 49-13 China Spring - 0:54


4th Quarter

China Spring - Erik Hart 11-yard run - kick good - 56-13 China Spring - 11:39

China Spring - Hart 6-yard run - kick good - 63-13 China Spring - 2:09





Cameron Yoe

First Downs: 17

Rushing Yards: 21-74

Passing Yards: 157

Passes: 16-27-2

Punts: 4-38.1

Fumbles/Fumbles Lost: 1-1

Penalties: 12-122



Rushing: Nico Vargas, 11-48; Jordan Wells, 6-44

Passing: Zack Andress, 15-23-1, 157 yards, 2 TDs; Caden Harris, 0-4-1

Receiving: Jordan Wells, 7-57; Sicory Smith, 5-48; Garrett Roeder, 2-40; Jordan Young, 1-12


China Spring

First Downs: 26

Rushing Yards: 48-456

Passing Yards: 166

Passes: 7-12-0

Punts: 1-36

Fumbles/Fumbles Lost: 2-2

Penalties: 11-100



Rushing: Keaton Dudik, 18-183; Eric Hart, 14-132; Cutter Haigood, 10-64; Hobbs Price, 3-54; Tyrick James, 2-17

Passing: Cutter Haigood, 6-11-0, 160 yards, 2 TDs; Hobbs Price, 1-1-0, 6 yards

Receiving: Brett Cain, 4-117; Keaton Dudik, 2-43; Tyrick James, 1-6


10-3A Scores

China Spring 63 Cameron Yoe 13

Franklin 34 Lorena 21

Robinson 56 Troy 14

Rockdale 62 Lexington 35

Academy 21 Goldthwaite 21

Mart 28 McGregor 21

Jarrell 42 Thorndale 19


Week 4: Bay City (2-1)

The Bay City Black Cats, who are coached by former Yoe offensive coordinator Lupe Florez, are off to a modest 2-1 start to begin 2016.  Bay City has defeated Columbus (12-0) and Sweeny (27-8), while falling to Bellville (14-6) in week two.